Donald Kohn, the former vice-chair at the Federal Reserve, on Thursday was one of four members appointed as an external member of the Bank of England's new interim Financial Policy Committee (FPC).
Kohn, who left the Fed in the summer, has worked with the Bank before. In 2000, he was asked to review the procedures followed by the then-nascent Monetary Policy Committee.
Alastair Clark, a visiting professor at Cass Business School, Michael Cohrs, the former co-head of investment banking at Deutsch
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